The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1966 · Page 7
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Senators Cop Loop Second The Senators copped second place in the Senior Little League here this summer, finishing with a 7-4 won-lost record. Three of their four losses were to the champion Giants, including two one-run decisions, and the other to the Astros. Shown, front row, left to right, are Wayne Taylor, Gary Gade, Dan Smith, Neal O'Brien and Dave Ludwig. In back, left to right, Niel Leek, Mike Devlne, Coach Sig Wood, Duane Hunt and Gene Friedrich. Other members of the club during the season were Joseph Courtney and Mark Nitchals. (UDM Polaroid Photo) Wesleyans At Rites For Boy Killed In Crash WESLEY - Wesleyans who attended the funeral of Randy Rasmussen, 17, at Forest City Wednesday Include the Leonard Arn- dorfers, Elmer and Vince Doughan, the Fred, Merle and Pat Rasmussens, Herman Bodes, Fred Bohns, Frank Materns and J. P. Hauptmans Other relatives included the Larry Cooks, Spencer, John Loe- bigs, Ankeny, Elery Loebigs, Cherokee, Jim Walmsleys, Sac City, Dan Arndorfer, Cedar Rapids. Randy who was killed in a car- truck collision, was the son of Kenneth Rasmussens, and besides Ws .parents Is survived, by ,'aV brgfiif r," Thomas, arid 'a' slsttu? M*ary>Sue/ ! He was casket' bearer at the funeral of his grandfather, Victor Loebig, just a week before his death. - o- CHILD PASSES Word was received here last week of the death of Sandy, 3 1/2 year-old daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Curtis Anderson, Little Fork, Minn. Besides her parents, Sandy is survived by a sister Cindy, 5, and a brother, 4 month- old James. The child died of encephalitis. The Anderson family will move to Wesley in September into the Evangelical Free parsonage and will serve that parish and the Upper Flat Congregation. The Parish house Is being remodeled and redocorated inside and outside. - o - ATTEND WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz, Arlene and Paul, Tom Derner of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kisch of Algona went to St. Clair, Minn. Saturday, July 30, where they attended the wedding of Audra Phillips and Donald Varpness in Immaculate Conception Catholic church at 11 a.m. Arlene was bridesmaid for her roommate in Minneapolis, Minn, where both are employed. - o - ARE INSTALLED The Bill Goetzs, Merle Ras- mussens, Larry Grandgenetts, Alvin Becker attended the State Legion Convention in DesMoines July 31 - Aug. 2. Bill was installed as 8th district commander; Alvin Becker as Adjutant and Father Zeiman, chaplain. Bill Goetz went to Indianapolis, Indiana, Tuesday where he attended a 3-day district commander's meeting. John Muehe and Donovan Studer attended the Tuesday session and parade in Des Moines Tuesday. - o - 4-H MEETING Wesley Wizards 4-H girls held their annual achievement day in the Methodist church parlors, July 29. Judges were Mrs. Wayne Keith, Algona, and Mrs. Will Amesbury, THonka. 58 of the articles shown will be exhibited at the KossuthCounty Fair. Donna Larson will model a dress in the junior division at the fair; Mary Muehe will model her dress in the intermediate division. Helen Skow will model her wool suit in the senior division. Their substitutes are Marie Cink, Bonnie Becker and Cheryl Cunningham. Cheryl Cunningham and Sigrid Johnson gave a demonstration on "Saucy Secrets". - o - A number of Wesleyans attended the funeral of John Smith, 70, Thursday at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martinek, Jerry and Kim spent one day last week in Boone where they visited Aline Martinek. They also attended "The Sound of Music" at Des Moines. The Martineks attended the wedding of their nephew, James Hauptman, son of the Bud Hauptmans and La Vonne Saiter at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona, August 6 at 11 a.m. James has been stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Rev. Harley Peters and family of Traer spent week before last with his mother, Mrs. Mary Peters. Mrs. Dick Franzen of Tftonka'visited Mrs. Peters Wed- nesday. Herman Bode, Al Lickteig, Tom Lickteig, George Lickteig, Don Hanig, Ed Otis and Paul Grandgenett attended a K. C. dinner and meeting at Algona Wednesday. Several Wesleyans attended the funeral of Cecil Nail 52 at Corwith Wednesday. Mrs. N. F. Weber entertained her contract bridge club Thursday. Bernice Vitzthum won high score prize. Wednesday evening dinner guests in the George Ricke home were Dr. Karl Hoffman, Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas and Rose Scanlan of Algona; and Mrs. AlDe Crane and children of Bronxville, N. Y. The latter family are vacationing in the Dr. Hoffman cottage at Lake Okoboji. The De Cranes were Wednesday over- nite guests in the Goetz home. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Lickteig left Tuesday for Kansas, taking Sister Catherine to Paola and Agnes Lickteig and Mrs. Cecelia Kratzberg to their home at Greeley. They had attended the golden wedding of the Lickteigs, who returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Heard and children attended the 10th reunion of his class at Steamboat Rock July 31. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Adolf of Richmond, Calif, visited his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Will Martinek, recently. Mrs. ' Prank" Richtef 'was'"'' brought home July 30 from the Britt hospital where she had been for medical care. Georgine and Connie Ricnter, who had spent a week at home during their mother's hospitalization, have returned to their employment in Des Moines. Dean Sparks was taken to Veterans hospital, Des Moines, August 1. Donna Bleich left Sunday with Carol Harshbarger ofGalesburg, 111., for a 2 1/2 week outing in Minnesota. Donna, daughter of the Frank Bleichs, begins her duties August 29 in Colons, Dl. where she will again teach history. Miss Harshbarger will teach music and gym in the same school. Donna attended summer school at Drake U. in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Heard are in the process of remodeling the south part of his barber shop building for a beauty parlor which Mrs. Heard will operate. Work is expected to be completed the latter part of this month. Mrs. Heard's mother, Mrs. Ira Robinson of Perry, spent the weekend in the Heard home. Mark and Brad, sons of the Heards, spent last week in the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Knight and family at Union. Ed Dornbier was on vacation last week from his employment in the Root Harware store. Don Hanig is on two weeks vacation from the Farmer's Coop Elevator. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Olson of Rudd spent several days last week assisting their two sons Vern and Jim Olson and their families with some home improvements. Paul Goetz left Friday for Offutt Air Force Base near Omaha, following a 2-week furlough at his parental, George Goetz home. He had been stationed at Sheppard A. F. B. near Wichita,, Kansas. Guests at a fish fry Friday evening at the Goetz rural home included Arlene Goetz of Mpls., Tom Derner, Whittemore, Frank Klschs, Algona, Leslie Norton, Algona; Martin Hamiltons and Mrs. Helen Johnsons. Miss Mariann E. Schade and Gary Bramer wed in Illinois Thursday, Augutt 11, 1966 Algona (la.) Upper Det Moin«-7 acted as matron of honor for her sister-in-law. The best man was Lee Bramer of Fairmont, Minnesota, brother of the groom. Ushers were Eugene Schade of Fort Dodge; Harvey Steffen of Shawtto. Wisconsin; and Virgil Smith of Des Plaines, minots. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at a restaurant in Des Plaines. Mrs. Merle Beaston of Chicago, Illinois, was in charge of the guest book. Host and hostess were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schuller of Freeport, Illinois. Gifts were opened by the bride and groom. After a trip to Denver, Colorado, the couple is at home in Chicago, where she Is employed by Scandinavian Airlines and he is a supervisor for North Central Airlines at O'Hare Field, Chicago. The bride is a graduate of the Lu Verne Community High School and the Fort Dodge Community College. The groom is agraduate of the Wausau, Wisconsin, High School. A CLASSIFIED AD WILL GET FAST RESULTS NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT 100(6 Where Old World l.mkeeping Hospitality ii Revived !>llimc MHI CM-' im.i(!meil I x entiling sou expect 11 uleil KM MMII iKinpleie onjinmeru .mil tomlorl at M \\ Ih.ni I .ukv I.,i iv IXvoMli.i-IX-MCMCil ti\ni> Kooim Kin^-Si/c IK\K IniliMilu.ilK Room- WHITTEMORE I By Art Heidenwith The annual Heidenwith reuniqrv,i : was:. held.. Sunday.,at .Swe There 'Ware. 78;presentjK luck dinner was served at noon which was brought by the guests. A social afternoon was spent by the relatives. Ruth Braatz of Utica, Mich, and Olga Braatz were Sunday evening callers at the Arthur Heidenwith home. Miss. Braatz left for Waterloo Monday morning to visit her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Struecker, and Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Struecker took her to Utica, where she will resume her teaching in Trinity Lutheran elementary school. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Dorothy Rosendahl were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the fomer's son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith, Estherville. They also attended morning services at Emmanuel Lutheran church, of which Rev. W. H. Discher is pastor. He is former pastor of St. Paul's of Whittemore. The Seely-Walsh Post of the American Legion held their annual chicken barbecue Sunday at the Legion Hall. They served 800 half chickens with french fries and other trimmings. The annual Baas reunion was held Sunday at Fairmont, Seventy-four registered. Newly- elected officers are president, Norman Bellinger, secretary, Larry Ramus, tresurer. Gene Tietz'. ' '" . V ,'"'" '" "" PLAN NOW TO ATTEND THE KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR AUGUST 16-19 : STOCK CAR RACES TUESDAY & FRIDAY 8:30 P.M. UIVESTOCK F-R-E-E BEEF BARBECUE THURSDAY 6 P.M. 1 I I i • x 111111L-. SALE FRIDAY 8A.M. \ I i i • i I • . I \umisl IK : RECORD \ • t I i I nil.i \ \iii.nsl I'l •LIVESTOCK!: • ENTRIES J ( ii l. : .[ .\ ri.. i,.|. i . II,. 1,1. |H . , I .III, I 1; 'I i ,, ;, ,i I \ii i,i,, i ,,1,1, i •*••»••»••*•••"*•»••»••*"*••*••*• TRACTOR PULLING CONTEST WEDNESDAY 7:30 P. M. ; III) A JV1 I . t.s.sluu I>.t > iiiid ii .1 midland HUGE MACHINERY EXHIBIT MERRIAM'S MIDWAY | SHOWS " A I I I ALL 4 DAYS LU VERNE-Miss Mariann E. Schade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Schade of the Lu Verne and Bode area, was recently united In marriage with Gary T. Bramer, son of Mr. ami Mrs. Max Bramer of Wausau. Wisconsin, at the St. Gertrude's Catholic Church in Franklin Park, Illinois. The Rev. 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Make Strong Communities "And it shall come to pass, that whosoever shall call on the name of the Lord shall be saved." -Joel 2:28-32 Salvation will not be bestowed In a shower of thunder or a flash of lightning. When Peter repeated the words of the propnet Joel to the multitudes he was not suggesting they climb to the mountain top and cry out for salvation. We must conclude that Peter had more in mind an acceptance of the risen Christ and adherence to the principles of C'hristianity. The road to salvation is clearly marked and each man needs only to search his heart to determine if his footsteps are properly directed. Read your BIBLE daily and GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY These Special Weekly Church Messages brought to you by the following PUBLIC-SPIRITED BUSINESSES: HUTZELL SERVICE Service Station Roy R. 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